on, at, or to the farther side of:
Beyond those trees you’ll find his house.
farther on than; more distant than:
beyond the horizon; beyond the sea.
outside the understanding, limits, or reach of; past:
beyond comprehension; beyond endurance; beyond help.
superior to; surpassing; above:
wise beyond all others.
more than; in excess of; over and above:
to stay beyond one’s welcome.
farther on or away:
as far as the house and beyond.
that which is at a great distance.
Also, the great beyond. the afterlife; life after death.
If you want to see policy movement in 2016 or beyond, you should for one party or the other to win full control of government.
Bipartisanship is Ruining America Jamelle Bouie February 4, 2014
beyond that, a woman is a woman is a woman, he says, (and a man a man).
Michael Kors’ Big Night Rebecca Dana June 5, 2010
A number of possibilities (beyond the obvious, which is that they actually happened that way).
The Truth About Genesis Bruce Feiler September 17, 2009
It is beyond dispute that Cianci bent the city to his will when he was mayor.
Can America’s Favorite Ex-Con Mayor Win Again? David Freedlander June 21, 2014
beyond that, it was, for David, more than a game: He took the proper functioning of democracy very seriously.
David Broder: An Appreciation Lloyd Grove March 8, 2011
Now she felt so sure of it that it was beyond contempt of question.
Capt’n Davy’s Honeymoon Hall Caine
The physical facts couldn’t be denied, and beyond the physical facts I could discern nothing.
The Conquest of Fear Basil King
He had ascertained, beyond all question, that it emptied its flood into the Gulf of Mexico.
The Adventures of the Chevalier De La Salle and His Companions, in Their Explorations of the Prairies, Forests, Lakes, and Rivers, of the New World, and Their Interviews with the Savage Tribes, Two Hundred Years Ago John S. C. Abbott
beyond the controlling power of money we have no vision, and we see no laws.
The Conquest of Fear Basil King
He was now beyond their reach, and, in all likelihood, had been rejoined by his son.
The Boy Slaves Mayne Reid
at or to a point on the other side of; at or to the further side of: beyond those hills there is a river
outside the limits or scope of: beyond this country’s jurisdiction
at or to the other or far side of something
outside the limits of something
the beyond, the unknown; the world outside the range of human perception, esp life after death in certain religious beliefs
Old English begeondan “beyond, from the farther side,” from be- “by,” here probably indicating position, + geond “yonder” (prep.); see yond. A compound not found elsewhere in Germanic.
when used with reference to Jordan, signifies in the writings of Moses the west side of the river, as he wrote on the east bank (Gen. 50:10, 11; Deut. 1:1, 5; 3:8, 20; 4:46); but in the writings of Joshua, after he had crossed the river, it means the east side (Josh. 5:1; 12:7; 22:7).
beyond a doubt
beyond one’s depth
beyond one’s means
beyond the call of duty
beyond the pale
beyond the shadow of a doubt
to be uncertain about; consider questionable or unlikely; hesitate to believe. to distrust. Archaic. to fear; be apprehensive about. to be uncertain about something; be undecided in opinion or belief. a feeling of uncertainty about the truth, reality, or nature of something. distrust. a state of affairs such as to occasion uncertainty. Obsolete. fear; dread. […]
a unit or standard of measurement: weights and measures. a system of measurement: liquid measure. an instrument, as a graduated rod or a container of standard capacity, for measuring. the extent, dimensions, quantity, etc., of something, ascertained especially by comparison with a standard: to take the measure of a thing. the act or process of […]
a sentence in an interrogative form, addressed to someone in order to get information in reply. a problem for discussion or under discussion; a matter for investigation. a matter of some uncertainty or difficulty; problem (usually followed by of): It was simply a question of time. a subject of dispute or controversy. a proposal to […]
the sum or amount of money or its equivalent for which anything is bought, sold, or offered for sale. a sum offered for the capture of a person alive or dead: The authorities put a price on his head. the sum of money, or other consideration, for which a person’s support, consent, etc., may be […]